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Truly Anonymous and Private Data Storage and Analytics

While OmniIndex works directly and closely with some of our customers to help optimize their experience, we also have customers who use our services with complete anonymity and privacy. In other words, we don’t know who they are or have any details about what industry they are in. Let alone what their data is!

This is because unlike the leading cloud storage providers, we have no back-door in our systems to access our customer’s data.

Why? Because your data is yours and you have a right to privacy.

To achieve this fully private data storage and analytics of encrypted data, our customers simply visited OmniIndex’s listing in the Google Marketplace and implemented the OmniIndex API and blockchain. The length of time this takes will vary from customer to customer depending on their level of experience and expertise with similar processes, however based on OmniIndex testing we believe it takes under 5 minutes to be up and running on average.

And it’s as simple as that!

What’s more, because the payment and service is provided through the Google Cloud Marketplace, customers can have complete confidence in the process and gain access to Google’s industry-leading infrastructure. This includes being able to use their data in Google BigQuery to gain insights on their fully private, fully secure and fully encrypted data.

In terms of OmniIndex, all we know about a new customer is how much we are being paid – via Google. And while we may be able to make some guesses about service usage off the back of these numbers, due to us being an SaaS, they are just guesses and we have no idea who the customer is, what data they’re storing, or what they’re doing with it. 

In contrast, the leading cloud storage providers all have back-doors into their systems and can see what data is being stored. 

For example, Snowflake’s privacy policy states they have “a limited ability to access Customer Content.” Similarly AWS’s privacy features has an asterisk attached to every claim that there is ‘no remote access’ to your data saying that there is in fact remote access if it is “requested by you, is required to prevent fraud and abuse, or to comply with law.” Dropbox, meanwhile, are perhaps more open about their ability to see your stuff and detail a number of instances when they may do so – including to test the system. 

OmniIndex, meanwhile, simply cannot access your data. And because there’s no back-door in the system for us, it means there isn’t one for anybody else either. Including ransomware attackers and other criminals.

If you would like to learn more about anonymous and private data storage, check out the OmniIndex Web3 Data Platform. Or visit the Google Marketplace to gain anonymous Web3 data storage with full ransomware protection and encrypted analytics now!